Molefi Ntseki hits back at Hugo Broos over Kaizer Chiefs Bafana comments

Kaizer Chiefs coach Molefi Ntseki has hit back at claims made by Bafana Bafana coach Hugo Broos that no Chiefs player is currently good enough to play for the national team.

Broos made the comments at the unveiling of his 23-man squad for the friendlies against Namibia and the Democratic Republic of Congo in which no Chiefs player is present.

The Bafana boss said that Chiefs are at the same quality level that they were last season and that Ntseki has failed to instigate much change.

The Belgian tactician’s comments appear to have gotten under the skin of Ntseki.

“We can’t question him because we don’t know what he’s looking for in a player, because he’s never given us a template to say ‘if you want to be in the national team, these are the requirements’,” said the Amakhosi mentor.

“If ever he feels our players don’t deserve to be in the national team, it’s just unfortunate.

“But we are very motivated because we have to work hard to show everybody and ourselves that we have quality in the team.”